production of David Mamet's Duck Variations has
earned the club a number of trophies over the past few weeks.
At the East Kilbride One Act Festival, adjudicator Bruce Adam awarded
the Alf Davidson Cup to Alan Clark for his portrayal of
Emil Varec, while director Jim Allan was delighted to accept
the John McNicol Cup for first place.
A trip to the Scottish Finals at the Eden Court Theatre in Inverness
saw Tryst the first team to be awarded the Donald T. Farmer Trophy
(presented by Wick Players in recognition of Donald's 30 years
as club secretary) for best theatrical moment. The adjudicator praised
the combination of sound and silhouette which did so much to punctuate
the piece. The trophy haul was rounded off by the David Baxter Salver
for third place.
Duck Variations will be joined by The
Donahue Sisters for A Night with Tryst
in Falkirk Town Hall this evening (Sunday 25th May) before taking
flight next month to the Welwyn Drama Festival.